Ljatifi, Ljatif (2018) СИТУАЦИОНО ВЕШТАЧЕЊЕ НА ПОВРШИНСКИ ВОДИ ВО РЕПУБЛИКА МАКЕДОНИЈА. Doctoral thesis, University "St.Kliment Ohridski" - Bitola.

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Environment presents a complex dynamic system that is constantly influenced by technical- technological, biological and social factors in which are counted human relations, economics, politics, culture (cultural monuments), physical planning (urbanization) etc.
In abiotic environmental factors also belong hydrological factors which are related to water properties. Their ecological role is defined by the physical and chemical characteristics and its dynamics. Water is an existential environment of many organisms.
Surface water (rivers and lakes), where only river water are with area of 2000 km3, of which in period of one year are flown about 38,830 km3 all over the world and have great
importance in the modern world, because they are used for needs of the population and the industry as drinking water and industrial water.
Despite its importance today water or water surfaces are facing increasing anthropogenic pressure which effects with their increased spending on the one hand and pollution on the other hand, which not only limits their use value but has negative repercussion in biological components that inhabit and also has effect on the entire aquatic ecosystem.
In order to stop further degrading anthropogenic impact on water surfaces and further more action to be taken to improve water conditions and also to lead to the level that would be close to the situation with little or no anthropogenic pressure, in 2000 the European Union
promotes and puts into action the European Water Directive. It should serve as a framework for water management and protection uniformly throughout the European Union and more
generally the whole territory of Europe. A deadline that was set for achieving the main objective of this directive is 2015 and it is "good ecological status".
As regards to aquatic treasures or leaded water resources of the Republic of Macedonia except the rivers Vardar, Treska, Bregalnica, Strumica, Crn Drim, Crna reka, Pcinja and other
smaller rivers, also owns 53 natural and artificial lakes which are under constant anthropogenic pressure and the ultimate goal is their pollution.
This paper attempts to advance the work of the State Environmental Inspectorate (SEI) by proving criminalist-criminological aspects of hydro pollution in Republic of Macedonia using forensic tools on site. In practical terms this work through situational expertise on site will
prove environmental crime also crime on surface water, but also it is very important that directly will contribute to the improvement of ecological security and water security.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Doctoral Dissertations
Depositing User: M-r Bojan Mihajlovski
Date Deposited: 31 Oct 2023 13:24
Last Modified: 31 Oct 2023 13:24
URI: https://eprints.uklo.edu.mk/id/eprint/9000

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